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Acolens software corrects optical deficiencies - With its lens calibration approach Acolens does not interfere with the photographer‘s artistic autonomy. Instead, Acolens optimizes images solely based on objective criteria.
Every camera lens produces more or less severe image deficiencies. Even with the most rigid production methods these deficiencies can not be eliminated completely.
Acolens is the new tool for correction of optical deficiencies in professional photography.
- Lack of focus toward the edges
- Lens self-calibration option
The software‘s pre-installed lens profile library is based on the calibration of popular lens models in professional photography. Profiles of new lens models can be downloaded for free on our website. Photographers who prefer to calibrate their lenses individually can do so with the also available Acolens Reference Chart.
With its lens calibration approach Acolens does not interfere with the photographer‘s artistic autonomy. Instead, Acolens optimizes images solely based on objective criteria. Should certain effects in an image be intended, e.g. distortions, their correction can be excluded by simply switching off the according function.
Acolens reduces compositional restraints
With Acolens the complete image is at the photographer‘s disposal. A clipping at any given spot as well as the full area can be utilized for a job.
Acolens can save the photographer time
If you should have spent a lot of time in the past with correcting image deficiencies manually let Acolens do that work for you. In batch modus you can correct a large number of images overnight or you can have it run in the background.
Acolens supports all relevant image formats
After RAW-conversion Acolens supports the formats TIFF and JPEG.
Acolens is professional and easy to use
The complex operations for image deficiency correction run unnoticed in the background of the user friendly interface. Depending on the computer setup a complete correction takes one to two minutes maximum.